Zelle, the peer-to-peer payments platform formerly known as clearXchange, will put customers back in banks’ hands, PNC CEO Bill Demchak said Friday. P2P has been a notable success of nonbank players such as PayPal, which offers a host of consumer-facing payments products, perhaps most notably Venmo. In October, PayPal CEORead More
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Financial technology solutions provider Jack Henry has announced a partnership with Early Warning, the company behind the Zelle network, The partnership has the potential to link about 3,000 new financial institutions to the faster payments network. The service formally known as clearXchange, which was officially rebranded as Zelle this year, isRead More
Security provider InAuth just announced a partnership with Zelle—the old clearXchange, for those who are still not used to the rebrand —in order to provide better mobile security on the Zelle app when it’s launched sometime in the first six months of 2017. “Knowing what the [mobile] network operators knowRead More
Yesterday the payments network formerly known as clearXchange, a product offered by Early Warning, officially re-branded itself as Zelle. The announcement was made by Early Warning’s president and CEO Paul Finch as he strode onto the Money20/20 stage wearing a polo with the brand–Zelle–proudly embroidered in white. The Zelle network willRead More
ClearXchange has racked up an impressive series of wins in recent months, bringing several major banks live on its realtime payments network. But this week it may have scored its biggest win of all — signing longtime holdout Citigroup. ClearXchange’s client roster already includes the nation’s largest banks: JPMorgan Chase,Read More
I would imagine — having never actually done either — that naming a company is like naming a baby: you want a name that stays true to your goals and values, quickly evokes a positive response from others, and carries the internal potential to rule supreme over all of theRead More